[Bridge] Re: compile problems with bridge-utils

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Tue, 4 Apr 2000 23:11:16 +0200 (MEST)Hi there,the ‘co’ command is a part of RCS. It checks out a file from an RCSrepository. RCS is a system for managing multiple versions of a file.Usually, I check out the files from the repository before I make atarball. Apparently, I did not do this. I will have this fixed in the nextsnapshot. For now, you can (temporarily) install the ‘rcs’ that’llprobably come with every distribution, so that you can check out the filesyourself (from the RCS/ directory).greetings,LennertOn Tue, 4 Apr 2000, Sparhawk wrote:> I am trying to compile your bridge-utils, but I get the following error.>> co misc/RCS/bidi.c,v misc/bidi.c> make: co: Command not found> make: *** [misc/bidi.c] Error 127>> I assume this means I am missing the ‘co’ command, could you point me to> where I could get this.>> Thanks for your time>> Sparhawk>